Illus. 11pp. IN: Arch. Ophth., vol. 15, no. 4, pp.441- 451. Thick 8vo, buckram. N.Y., 1886. First Edition. Whole vol. offered entire. In 1883 Koch discovered the bacilli of two different forms of infectious conjunctivitis (Egyptian ophthalmia); in 1886 Weeks discovered the same organism to be the cause of "pink eye." The organism has become known as the Koch-Weeks bacillus. GM 5930.
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Paris: Villeret, 1828. Trad. par F.J. Reister; Notes par J. Jallat. 4 fine color plates; 2 folding plates of instruments. 2 vols., 8vo, rebound in patterned boards, black leather spine labels; (ex-lib., some foxing). Paris: Villeret, 1828. Very good (+). Extensive work by a Dresden oculist; includes a 34pp. Bibliography.